Ohio middle, high school students can take free college classes; students must notify school by April 1

By Karen Farkas, cleveland.com

Middle and high school students who want to earn college credit for free must notify their school or the Ohio Department of Education by April 1. More than 32,000 students are taking college courses in the first year of Ohio’s College Credit Plus program, which allows students in grades 7-12 to earn college and high school credits at the same time by taking college courses at no charge from community colleges or universities. College Credit Plus will include a summer term this year.


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